In pictures: Stars turn out for Critics' Choice Awards
Page last updated at 10:10 GMT, Friday, 11 January 2013
- Silver Linings Playbook won trophies for best comedy film, best comedy actor for Bradley Cooper and best comedy actress for Jennifer Lawrence. The cast and crew also celebrated their eight Oscar nominations. "I got up early and watched it [the Oscar announcement] with my mom and my dog. And then I called Robert De Niro," said Cooper.
- George Clooney and Ben Affleck won best picture for their film Argo. Clooney produced it while Affleck was also awarded best director for the film, which he also starred in. He missed out on an Oscar nomination and joked: "I would like to thank the Academy. I'm kidding, I'm kidding, this is the one that counts."
- Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt were pictured at the ceremony, where Hathaway was named best supporting actress. Her name was misspelled on the award. "This is a bittersweet moment for me. I have this award but you spelled my name wrong. It is with an 'e'."
- Director Steven Spielberg joins Quvenzhane Wallis on the red carpet. She is the youngest ever best actress Oscar nominee, aged nine. She starred in the film Beasts Of The Southern Wild. Spielberg's next film, Robopocalypse, which was due to star Anne Hathaway, has been postponed indefinitely.
- Rising star Tom Holland posed with Robert De Niro and Hugh Jackman. De Niro features in Silver Linings Playbook, while Hugh Jackman won best actor for his role in Les Miserables. He is also nominated for a best actor Oscar.
- Jessica Chastain, pictured with the host of the Critics' Choice Awards Sam Rubin, was presented with the best actress award by Joseph Gordon-Levitt (right), for her role in Zero Dark Thirty. She has also received an Oscar nod: "It was a very bittersweet moment for me because I so wanted Kathryn [Bigelow, the director] to get a nomination. I feel like she deserves one."
- Matthew McConaughey (right) sat with Christian Bale at the awards. He has been pictured a lot in the media recently due to having lost a significant amount of weight for his role in the upcoming film Dallas Buyers Club. He plays a man diagnosed with HIV/Aids.